28 Sep '13, 6am

Msia’s future will be fuller of promise if only Najib cld practise principles of moderation he preaches at int forums

The Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak yesterday delivered another “fantastic” speech abroad, stating his belief that many of the world’s current problems can be solved if society subscribed to the whole concept of moderation. He said if the society and governments used moderation in their actions and policies, then the country would have a much more just, fair and inclusive society. He said moderation was based on certain principles and sound values, like justice, sense of fairness, and choosing dialogue over confrontation, and negotiation over conflict. One can easily imagine a national sigh at such a report with the overwhelming reaction from Malaysians the quite unanimous one that the country’s future will be fuller of promise if only Najib could practise in the nation the principles and values of moderation that he preaches at international forums. If the Najib ad...

Full article: http://blog.limkitsiang.com/2013/09/28/malaysias-future-w...

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